Drake's 'In My Feelings' Challenge Inspired Two Indian Farmers to Dance With Their Oxen: Watch
The viral dance sensation known as the "Kiki challenge" stemmed from Drake's recent single, "In My Feelings," and has inspired all kinds of wild videos--from Will Smith grooving on top of Budapest’s Széchenyi Chain Bridge to Shiggy's Insta clip that started it all. However, two Indian farmers have now "won" the challenge according to the Twittersphere.
Sriram Srikanth, Anil Geela and Pilli Tirupati live in a village called Lambadipally in the southern Indian state of Telangana, according to NPR. The Scorpion hit was the first English song Geela ever heard, and the trio got creative with their version of the "Kiki" dance.
The clip shows the boys hopping away from the oxen they were riding in the mud, which is their version of opening the door of a moving car characteristic to the challenge videos. They dance and shake their bodies along muddy rice paddy fields as Drake serenades, "Kiki, do you love me? Are you riding? Say you'll never, ever leave from beside me."
Watch the incredible video below.